Study shows more kids dying from fentanyl. Florida's attorney general offers a toolkit to help parents


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Over that period, fentanyl deaths among infants increased twice as fast as the tally for those of all ages. During the first year of life, fentanyl deaths quadrupled, they more than tripled among ages 1 to 4 and nearly quadrupled from ages 5 to 14.
The study showed that fentanyl continues to be the primary killer of ages 18 to 45. Also, nearly all U.S. fentanyl deaths are "unintentional poisonings."